DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::Procs - provides a table containing running processes
$processes = $dbh->selectall_hashref("select * from procs", "pid");
DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::Procs ISA DBD::Sys::Table
This module provides the table
procs for any operating system (which is supported by Proc::ProcessTable).
UID of process
GID of process
Effective UID of process
Effective GID of process
Parent process ID
CPU ID of processor running on # FIX ME!
Priority of process
TTY number of process
Flags of process
User + system time
Child user + system time
User + system nanoseconds part # FIX ME!
Child user + system nanoseconds # FIX ME!
Cumulative cpu time # FIX ME!
Virtual memory size (bytes)
Resident set size (bytes)
Address of current system call
Start time (seconds since the epoch)
Percent cpu used since process started
State of process
Full command line of process
Path of process's tty
Scheduling class name #FIX ME!
Returns the column names of the table as named in "Columns"
Returns 'pid' - which is the process identifier.
Retrieves the data from Proc::ProcessTable and put it into fetchable rows.
The module Proc::ProcessTable is required to provide data for the table.
Jens Rehsack Alexander Breibach CPAN ID: REHSACK firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com http://www.rehsack.de/
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